Does MediaTek Sucks? The Public Opinion Answered

  • With the announcement and sampling of its MT8135 system-on-chip (SoC) for tablets in July, 2013, MediaTek became the world’s first company to demonstrate ARM big.LITTLE chipsets with heterogeneous multi-processing capabilities
  • In July 2013, MediaTek became the first system-on-chip (SoC) supplier to announce the development of an octa-core mobile device SoC capable of processing tasks with eight CPU cores concurrently
  • On 7 January 2014, MediaTek announced its development of multimode receiver technology that is compatible with inductive and resonant charging — two of the common wireless charging technologies — the first in the wireless charger industry in enabling multimode charging.[40]
  • On 24 February 2014, MediaTek announced its MT3188, its first multimode wireless charging product, certified by the Power Matters Alliance and Wireless Power Consortium.
  • At the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2016, MediaTek announced its new System in package tailored for wristware, including Bluetooth low energy, GPS and support for 320×320 MIPI displays.[46] In comparison to similar designs, the PCB area is 41 percent smaller.

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